I can’t believe I’ve never seen this absolutely delightful comedy before
Fucking magnificent. I love women.
I think it's worth noting that normally, when I watch a movie as iconic as this one for the first time, it usually reminds me of many more recent films that took inspiration from it, but it's really a travesty that Thelma & Louise still feels like the only of its kind.
I found this hard to get through, partially because it reflects loneliness in a particularly brutal way that was almost intolerable to sit with. I also came in with an expectation that this was going to say something profound about AI, like Ex Machina, but the AI concept really just exists in this movie as a vehicle to explore loneliness with an artificial substitute for a human connection. In fact, most of the futuristic elements in Her are improbable. I…